Here are the 100 tunes to come out of Scotland that became my soundtrack for the year.
This Top 100 of 2015 playlist contains everything from the recognised, the little known to the downright obscure. All are treasures in their own way.
It's an eclectic journey through alternative rock, dance, electronica, indie, choral, punk, post-grunge, folk and... well see for yourself.

Part 2 - 75-51

75 The Bird and the Monkey - Moon Moth. Do not adjust ur decks. The Galashiels duo grind styles on a weird-out tale about the demon Baal descending on a Scottish court.

74 Midnight Cadavers - Get Out Your Head.

73 Bessa - The Squeeze.

72 David Laing - Trapped. Stripped down indie-folk from the Gourock singer-songwriter still soars 

71 Blue Lemonade - Leaf Swisher. 

70  Seconds - When He Calls.

69 Dune Witch Trails - Goldenrod Cigar.

68 Young Fathers - 27. The Edinburgh-formed alternative hip hop combo show there's life after a Mercury Prize win 

67 Bessa - Faded. 

66 Schnarff Schnarff - This Is How We Get Some. The Inverness four-piece post grunge combo with a potent punch-the-air anthem

65 Chvrches - Never Ending Circles. Glasgow electropop monarchs with another sucker punch cracker

64 C Duncan - Garden. The Glasgow dream pop virtuoso feels so alive in one of the more upbeat tunes on his acclaimed debut album.

63 Spring Break - The Slouch. The Highlands funk-hop rap combo come armed with a beguiling groove 

62 Damn Teeth - D.N.F.I.N.M. The Glasgow screamo-punk combo need marionettes. Badly.

61 Chvrches - Bow Down. It's‬ only a bonus track on their new LP. But one of their best.

60 BandVandal - Under That Curse. Dumbarton's  Neil McClafferty under a psuedonym, with an angst-swamp nugget 

59 Delta Mainline - Vultures. The Edinburgh psyche-rock combo produce a song that is part dream pop, part stark garage epic.

58 llyus & Barrientos feat Max Marshall - Chase Your Trip.  The Glasgow producer duo with a killer jack-house anthem 

57 Kill The Waves - Better Days. Glasgow indie-folksters with an absorbing tune embellished with violin-strewn romanticism.

56 Django Django - Beginning To Fade. The 2012 Mercury Prize nominated Edinburgh psychedelic-surf combo go sublimely soft focus.

55 Young Fathers - Nest. Magically tribal alternative hip hop from the 2014 Mercury Prize winners from Edinburgh.

54 Polarnecks - Awake. Sparkling riff monster from the Glasgow three-piece post-grunge combo

53 M^tch - Turtle Promise. 

52 Miaoux Miaoux - It's The Quick.  Glasgow producer who got a SAY Award nomination in 2012 with an inventive and impressive return.

51 Auntie Flo - For Mihaly

Part 1 - 100-76... From Ela Orleans to C Duncan 

Part 3 - 50-25... From Best Girl Athlete to Mark Knopfler

Part 4 - 25-1